Discover the best of Melbourne’s world-renowned street art scene on this self-guided walk through the city’s laneways.

The artwork is as changeable as Melbourne’s weather, so you'll always see something new.

This walk is approximately 3 km and takes around 2 hours.

Sights on this walk

A street art mural of a woman's face.

1. Duckboard Place

A sculpture of a singer on a brick wall surrounded by street art.

2. AC/DC Lane

A cobblestone laneway at night with bright street art murals.

3. Hosier Lane

4. Flinders Way

Lisa King’s giant sleeping female figure features on the outside wall of Brunetti.
A woman walking into a shop in a street art covered laneway, with tiny picture frames covering the walls.

5. Presgrave Place

A mural of a woman's face on the side of a building with small abstract art suspended in the air.

6. Tattersalls Lane

A man taking a photo of a giant street art mural in a narrow laneway at night.

7. Drewery Lane

A laneway with brick buildings, street art and lots of potted plants and greenery.

8. Guildford Lane

Three blue bins at the end of Queen Street, surrounded by graffiti-style street art.

9. 436 Queen Street

Admire the large-scale murals and evolving art en route to the nearby Queen Vic Market.
A laneway with street art murals.

10. Blender Lane

More to explore

Colourful street art in Croft Alley, featuring two geometric faces in the foreground.

Croft Alley

Discover walls splashed with colourful murals in this winding laneway off Little Bourke Street.
Mike Makatron's Jungle Funk Mural in Meyers Place, featuring a ladybug on a leaf in the foreground.

Meyers Place

Mike Makatron’s stunning Jungle Funk mural covers the Bourke Street end of Meyers Place.
People walking past two blue large-scale street murals, one of a man's face, the other of two young women.

Upper West Side Arts Precinct

See large scale murals by Adnate and Rone at Melbourne’s first official street art precinct.

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